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Get free* thermostats for your small business

Ready to cash in on a thermostat upgrade for your business? Get free* smart thermostats after rebates and bill credits when you join the SRP Bring Your Own Thermostat Program™ (BYOT) for business.

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    *With enrollment in the BYOT program. Preapproval required. Other restrictions apply. See full program details.

    Apply for your free SRP smart thermostat

    When you join SRP’s BYOT for business, you can get free energy-saving smart thermostats with SRP’s thermostat rebate. You’ll also receive an initial $50 bill credit as well as an annual $25 credit for each smart thermostat you enroll in the program.  
    Find out if your business qualifies and how to cash in below.

    BYOT program participants have seen up to a 4% reduction in their energy costs during peak demand. 

    How BYOT works (and how your business saves)

    As a BYOT participant, your thermostat will automatically adjust a few degrees higher during periods of high power demand. These periods usually last no longer than three hours — they’re called “conservation events.” 
    During a conservation event, adjusting your thermostat just a few degrees can be a big help to our grid, easing demand for power during the hottest, busiest times of the day. This lowers our operating costs – and helps ensure a reliable supply of power – and we pass the savings on to you.

    Does my business qualify for BYOT? 

    You can enroll in the program if you meet these qualifications:

    • You’re an SRP commercial electric customer.
    • You use your thermostat to control your central air conditioning.
    • You have an installed, eligible internet-connected thermostat.

    How to get your free smart thermostats

    You can get your free thermostats through SRP's smart thermostat rebate if you are a small business customer. Here are three ways to start the process:

    1. Reach out to an approved HVAC Tune-up Network contractorOpen new site. to discuss what thermostat options are available.
    2. Call us at: (602) 236-9654.
    3. Email us at savewithsrpbiz@srpnet.com.

    Already have smart thermostats? Enroll in BYOT to get paid.

    Our BYOT program is designed to reward your business for using less electricity during hours of high demand. This is better for the environment and helps ease strain on the power grid. 
    After you enroll, you'll receive a $50 SRP bill credit per thermostat. You'll also earn a $25 bill credit (per eligible thermostat) each year you remain enrolled in the program, which will be paid at the end of the conservation event season. 

    Explore BYOT terms and conditions

    See the terms and conditions of each participating smart thermostat manufacturer.


    Still have questions about BYOT for your business? We’ve got answers.  

    By participating in the program, you're helping SRP utilize new technologies that manage energy demand during "peak hours," which occur when energy usage dramatically increases. The SRP BYOT program helps reduce those peaks and takes some of the strain off the grid during hotter, busier times of the day. This can lower energy costs, with the savings passed on to SRP customers like you.
    Conservation events take place at times when demand for power is highest. During an event, your thermostat will automatically be bumped up a few degrees. In simple terms, this helps give our power grid a break. Your thermostat will return to its normal set point/schedule once the event is over. Conservation events happen May through October (except on holidays) between noon and 9 p.m. Usually, they don't last any longer than three hours, and we'll always give you a heads-up before they happen.
    Yes, you can adjust your thermostat at any time. You can opt out from your thermostat, mobile device or web app at any time.

    Here are some additional FAQsOpen new site. provided by EnergyHub.

    Let’s get in touch

    Want to get started or have questions? Give us a call at
    (602) 236-9654. We are available from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday, and until 7 p.m. on conservation event days.